rcannon409· Premium Member
Discussion Starter · #21 ·
We will see. I'm pretty impressed, so far. It doesn't take a long time to apply. It said to add a second coat, 24 hrs after the first. I'll do that.
That is why I have used the Eagle 1 Nanowax for so long. I spray that stuff on the raw plastics, rubber, windshield, and it looks better, not worse. So I also use it on my bikes as if it hits something other than painted plastic or metal it is no big deal...just wipe of the excess, and easily buffs out. It also never scratched or swirled on me and gives a wet gloss look with minimal effort. Sometimes difficult to even out the wet look on flat paints, not that long wearing compared to paste wax, and it will not clean oxidized paint, tar, dried bugs etc. But for newer vehicles with good paint, it is one of the easiest to get good results from, without much work at a fairly low prce. At some point I will try some ceramic though.It also doesn't look like crap if you spray it in the black, plastic.
Kenors, I'll just piggy back on what RC said. Yes the new ceramics are that much better. I used the best synthetic sealants from the best companies for many years and eventually setteld in to Klasse sealent glaze. The best you could buy for durability, made in Germany. It wasn't always the easiest to work with, but the most durable.OK, OK, I give up. This old dog is about to learn a new trick. After 50+ years of pasty wax, rub on, rub off, buff and thinking the spray on stuff had to be BS...I'm convinced science and chemistry have marched on and done something better. Thanks @jjscsix, @rcannon409, @Kevin, @Adrexco, @1hr_ride, @axif, @WackeyCat, @Mark Drabsch, did I miss anyone? for your reviews. Way more convincing than any commercial.
Not at that price, but you need to find a different store. I bought at a F&F store and the difference was only $2, just like amazon.At $15 a Bottle for the TWHS vs. $25 for the 303 Graphene, is it worth the extra $$?
They learn fast don't they? She's been watching you grandpa!!!😎🐸My granddaughter could care less, but she's learned to steal anything that says "303" or "Maxima Sc1" from my shelf.
Only around the tank area specifically since thats where micro scratches happen the most. and only if your wax or sealant doesn't mask itI don't suspect you would do much correcting on a Ninja 1000, would you? The Lexus you could do what you want. Am I seeing this correctly?